Spring: Start looking up — waterfowl migration to begin soon

Snow Geese over Walpole, NH on March 2011.

Snow Geese over Walpole, NH on March 2011.

Although it might seem early, waterfowl migration appears in NH as early as late February, though their numbers wont peak until mid-March (still only three weeks away). Let this be a comfort to you — spring as defined by the birds is almost upon us. The lower Connecticut River Valley is one of the best places in the state to witness this phenomenon (Birdwatching in New Hampshire from page 37), as is the Merrimack River Valley (from page 66), and Great Bay and the coast (from page 89). I will be launching the book April 7 at the Harris Center in Hancock, with additional scheduled talks May 2 at the Hancock Library, June 13 at Madison Library, and September 20 at NH Audubon’s McLane Center in Concord, with more to follow.

Birdwatching in New Hampshire, available in stores now.

Birdwatching in New Hampshire, available in stores now.

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One Response to “Spring: Start looking up — waterfowl migration to begin soon”

  1. JoAnne Russo March 10, 2013 at 11:06 am #

    Hi Eric, Congrats on your book!! Can’t wait to get it!
    JoAnne

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